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George Michael's grand piano sells for £200,000

A grand piano owned by George Michael has sold at a charity auction for £200,000, raising funds for the Nordoff Robbins muisc therapy charity, a charity George had supported for much of his life.

George Michael grand piano sells for £200,000
Image: Nordoff Robbins


George Michael's family had donated the Bechstein Model S baby grand piano, and piano stool, to the Nordoff Robbins charity which was started by pianist Paul Nordoff and special education teacher Clive Robbin, to bring music therapy to people with life limiting illnesses.

This piano was the main piano George played at his home in Highgate, North London.

The winning bidder was Marshall, the famous amplifier company, who plan to use the piano in a new state of the art working music studio in Milton Keynes to allow music students the opportunity to play the piano and add to George's legacy, rather than see it displayed it in a museum. 

George's family commented: “George supported many charitable and philanthropic causes during his lifetime which his Estate will continue to do in his memory."







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